Mother's Day Brunch and More at Bishop's Lodge | Santa Fe Restaurants
Three generations of women.

Mother’s Day has long been associated with treating mom to brunch. There’s a delicious and very special option this year at Bishop’s Lodge, created by their new chef, Chef Pablo. The brunch at Skyfire was inspired by his mother and grandmother. Brunch includes a choice of appetizer, entrée, and dessert, along with two glasses of Gruet, two mimosas, or one bloody Mary. The brunch is $98 per person over the age of 12, kids 5 to 12 are $24, and youngsters under 5 years of age eat for free. Make your reservations today for Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 8!

Bishop’s Lodge, now part of Auberge Resorts, also offers two special experiences you can share with mom or let her indulge in herself.

Bracelets on wrist in water.The first is traditional Navajo bracelet making, using cedar beads which tradition says bring protection, peace, and harmony. The cedar beads come from juniper trees, which are native to the Navajo Nation. Add color to your bracelet by selecting from an assortment of Japanese glass beads. This class is from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at Two Dogs Café and is $175 per person.

Herbs in bowl.

The other experience mom might love is the Ayurveda Mama massage. Moms are busy and always thinking about everyone else, so show mom some love and let her relax with this special massage. This experience begins with tea from their apothecary and local honey, then mom can select the aroma and massage pressure she prefers for her experience. Book a 60-minute or 90-minute massage for your mom today!

Read more about Chef Pablo and Bishop’s Lodge in our Heating It Up story.

Get all the details about Mother’s Day events at Bishop’s Lodge and make your reservations here!

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This article was posted by Cheryl Fallstead

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